ENID - The Travelers 18-under baseball team stretched their winning streak to 10 games by sweeping three contests in the Northern Oklahoma Festival on Tuesday and Wednesday. All games were played at David Allen Ballpark.
Woodward, 16-2, outscored opponents by a 19-2 margin in the three games.
A 9-2 win over the Oklahoma Mudcats opened the action as the Travelers scored all nine runs in the first three innings.
Drake Kerr, Will Farr and Brady Benedict each had two hits and Patrick Hunter, Jett Brown and Parker Ward all drove in two runs.
Hunter pitched five innings for the win, striking out seven.
On Wednesday, Dillon Bumgarner scattered three hits and struck out 10 over seven innings in a 3-0 win over the Edmond Stars.
Woodward scored a run in each of the first three innings.
Kerr led the five-hit attack with two hits. Ayden Page and Benedict each drove in run.
Woodward finished the event up with a 7-0 win over Mustang on Wednesday afternoon.
A six-run second inning fueled the Travelers.
Brown and Farr combined on a two-hitter and recorded 10 strikeouts.
Benedict and Michael Wingfield hit safely twice and Benedict and Ty Goss each drove in two runs. David Garcia also drove in a run.
The Travelers return to action at Fuller Park on Friday, hosting Liberal in a 5 p.m. doubleheader to kick off alumni weekend.
On Saturday, the Travelers will play Liberal at noon, then the Oklahoma City Branditos at 2:30 p.m.
Alumni activities are due to start at 5 p.m. followed by the Travelers taking on Las Vegas.
On Sunday, the Travelers play Las Vegas at 11 a.m. and follow that up with a doubleheader against the Branditos.
Next week, Travelers will head to Pueblo, Colo. for the annual Tony Andenucio Memorial Father’s Day Tournament.
Woodward will play six or maybe seven games in a four-day period.
The Travelers 16-under team, 2-3, is in a tournament at Clinton starting today and will have their home opener on Monday against the Oklahoma Mudcats.